The UNCONVENTIONAL national prayer day that was recently held in Juba, capital of South Sudan will go down in history as ‘The Day of Forgiveness’ as senior government officials – in reparations for a decreed-by-the-President national dialogue initiative – publicly came out and announced that (after an order by the President) they are willing to forgive those they had meticulously planned and intended to seriously harm.
The Sudanese embassy in Juba, South Sudan has announced that its government in Khartoum – embarrassed that South Sudan was too broke to celebrate its independence anniversary – will donate around half a million dollars towards nation-wide celebrations commemorating the independence of the world’s youngest nation.
In what has been jokingly coined an attempted chicken coup, a handful of protesters comprising mainly of disgruntled youth from the recent Jieng Parish protest temporarily overran the national broadcasting cooperation in protest against the disproportionate time and resources allocated on the state-run TV station to the former rebel-leader and current First Vice President Riek Machar.
The month of April appears to bear some bad mystical omens especially for Riek Machar, and his supporters and religious leaders of the prophet Nyundeng – a tribal prophet – appear to strongly suggest that the designated Vice President of the World’s Newest Nation must delay his return for a few more weeks and return to Juba in May.
The family of the deceased Sudanese Islamic scholar is pleading with authorities to return his set of “keys to the heavens” that was confiscated, along with other personal treasures a few years ago following a fall-out with the current Islamic regime when Turabi – the deceased – denounced their version of Jihad.
A leaked itinerary of the SPLM-IO advance team currently in Juba show a scheduled visit by all 150 members of the delegation to the blood bank there to donate blood to the hospital – Saakam has learned.